Epidemiologia del envejecimiento: una fase mas de la transicion demografica.

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"Social and economic indicators depict Mexico as a country of intermediate development. It is also in intermediate stages of demographic and epidemiologic transitions. When these traits are translated into socio-demographic perspectives, all projections indicate that for the next fifty years we can expect: (i) percentage decreases in child and teen-age populations, (ii) large percentage and absolute increases in adult population, and (iii) important increases in the elderly population....Among elders death due to infectious diseases is less common than within other sectors of [the] population. Mortality associated with chronic ailments has increased, with recent and remarkable changes during the last twenty years. This transformation is not evenly distributed. It is more accelerated in developed and urban areas as contrasted with the rural and less developed." (SUMMARY IN ENG) excerpt

Idioma originalEspañol
PublicaciónEstudios demográficos y urbanos
Volumen10
N.º3
EstadoPublicada - 1 sep 1995

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elderly population
demographic transition
infectious disease
epidemiology
urban area
mortality
economics
contagious disease
projection
Mexico
death
indicator

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Epidemiologia del envejecimiento : una fase mas de la transicion demografica. / Ham Chande, Roberto.

En: Estudios demográficos y urbanos, Vol. 10, N.º 3, 01.09.1995.

Resultado de la investigación: Contribución a una revistaArtículo

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